US Policy and Regional Security in Central America

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US Policy and Regional Security in Central America

By Edward Best
St. Martin's, 1987
182 pp. $32.50

In this investigation of the origins of current U.S. policy in Central America, its development over time and its present perspectives, the author concludes that the three alternatives are military intervention, containment and coercion, or settlement. He favors an effective security agreement with Nicaragua, but notes that at some point the U.S. will have to find new ways to counter the challenge of Cuba's role if a durable regional stability is to be achieved.

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